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Old 26th May 2010, 08:15   #1
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Default OCZ Promises to Implement SSD Controllers Wisely

Every device have to use the appropriate components that ensure premium quality at the right cost, claims OCZ Technology Group, a leading supplier of premium DRAM- and flash-based memory products.

The demand towards solid-state drives (SSDs) is increasing and consumers tend to demand higher quality, reliability and performance when they make purchases. One of the important criteria when choosing an SSD is what controller is used inside, which features it supports and whether it can ensures speedy performance. Although few enthusiasts have tried out SSDs in general, a lot of them demand premium controllers. However, wise implementation of controllers and NAND flash memory chips in accordance with specifics of every application will ensure both performance and reliability at the right price, according to OCZ Technology.

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